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Self-Induced Transparency in Nano-Dispersions: Formation and Instabilities

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We show that light scattering from a cloud of nano-particles dispersed in a host medium can lead to the formation of self-induced transparent waveguides. The stability properties of these nonlinear propagation channels are examined.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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